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HURDLE Race of 5 sovs. each, with a Purse of Gold added. Once round and a distance, with

eight leaps over Hurdles.--Six subs. Mr. Skipworth's b. h. by Robin Hood, dam by Catterick, grandam by Sir Andrew out of Jemmy's dam (Owner)..

1 Mr. Hill's b. m. Mischief, by Magnet, aged....

............... 2 Mr. Lamplugh's b. h. Prickbelt, by Brutandorf, aged Mr. R. Nicholson's b. f. Lady Gosling, by Sandbeck, 4 yrs...........

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EAST SUSSEX HUNT MEETING. MONDAY, April 1.-The FARMERS' STAKES, consisting of a Silver Bowl, and the rest in specie,

by subscription of 3 sovs. each, with 10 sovs. added by Captain Green :-four-year-olds, 11st.; five, 12st. ; six and aged, 12st. 71b.Gentlemen or Farmers residing in Sussex to ride.

Heats, the New Course.-Ten subs.
Mr. Hillman's gr. g. Conservative, 5 yrs (Mr. H. Coppard)

.......... 1 1 Mr. Ellman's gr. g. Agitation, 6 yrs (Owner)..

.............................. 2 1 Mr. Gilbert na. b. g. Leopold, aged...

2 Mr. Hardwick's b. m. Louisa, aged.

2 3 Four others started. A dispute arose on weighing the riders, and it was decided by the Judge, Mr. Shelley, that Mr. Coppard was not weight, and consequently that another heat must be run to decide the race. Agitation won the third heat. It was subsequently discovered that the 7td. weight over and above the 12st. had been accidentally left in the scale when Mr. Coppard was weighed. We understand the matter will be referred to the Jockey Club.

THE EAST SUSSEX MEMBERS' STAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 25 added 8 subs.-Was won at two heats by Mr. Knight's b. m. Kate Nickleby (late Rhoda), aged (Mr. R. Brackenbury) beating four others.

NEWMARKET CRAVEN MEETING. MONDAY, April 1.— The CRAVEN STAKES, a subscription of 10 sovs. each :-three-year-olds, 6st.;

four, 8st. 4lb.; five, &st. 131b. ; six and aged, 9st. 5lb.-A. F. Mr. layner's b. c. Quo Minus, by Zinganee, 4 yrs (Robinson) Mr. Bowes's ch. h. Epirus, by Langar, 5 yrs

....... 2 Colonel Peel's ro. c. Paganini, by Sir Benjamin, 4 yrs.......

The following also started but were not placed :-Lord Albemarle's b. f. Barcarolle; by Emilius, 4 yrs ; Lord Lichfield's ch. c. by Actæon out of Wings, 3 yrs ; Mr. Worrall's b. c. Antler, by Partisan or Lapdog out of Fawn, 3 yrs; and Lord Exeter's b. f. by Reveller out of Amima, 3 yrs.--Six to 4 agst Epirus, and 4 to 1 agst Quo Minus.

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HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, for three and four-year-olds.-Ab. M. Lord Albemarle’s ch. c. Domino, Brother to Masquerade, by Mameluke, 3 yrs, 6st. 10tb. (Cotton), 1 Lord Jersey's b. f. Joannina, by Priam, 4 yrs, 8st. 71b.

The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. Batson's ch. f. Vespertilio, by Reveller, 4 yrs, &st. 10lb.; Lord Exeter's ch. f. Mecca, by Sultan, 4 yrs, 8st. stb.; Mr. Worrall's br. c. Dormouse, by Bizarre, 4 yrs, 8st. 8lb.; Mr. Thornhill's b. c. Montezuma, Brother to Munchausen, by Merchant, 3 yrs, 7st. 3lb.; Lord Stradbroke's ch. f. by Taurus out of Arethissa, 3 yrs, 7st. ; General Yates's br, f. Siroc, by Camel, 3 yrs, 6st. 101b. (carried 7st.); Mr. Newton's br. f. Retrospect, by Cetus or Rowton, 3 yrs, 6st. 71b.; Lord Exeter's br. c. by Mulatto out of Marchesa, 3 yrs, 6st. 71b.; and Mr. Greville's ch, f. Pydna, by Emilius, 3 yrs, 6st. 2b. Ld. Albemarle's b. f. Barcarolle, 4 yrs, 9st., and Mr. Thornhill's b. f. Merganser, 3 yrs, 7st. 71b., paid. Five to 2 agst Dormouse, 4 to 1 agst Joannina, 5 to 1 agst Domino, and 6 to 1 agst f, by Taurus,

HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, for four-year-olds and upwards.-T. Y, C. Mr. Thornhill's ch. h. Mendizabal, by Merlin or Merchant, 6 yrs, 8st. 101b. (Connelly).. Lord Exeter's b. g. Corban, by Sultan, 5 yrs, 7st. 1210.

.......................... 2 Mr. W. Ridsdale's ch. c. Tawney Owl, by Buzzard, 4 yrs, 8st. 2tb............................. 3 Mr. Bowes's ch. h. Epirus, 5 yrs, 9st., and Duke of Grafton's ch. c. Chymist, 4 yrs, 7st. 131b., paid.

Five to 4 on Mendizabal, and 6 to 4 agst Tawney Owl. THB TWENTY-FIFTH RIDDLESWORTH PRODUCE STAKES of 200 sovs. each, h. ft., for three-year-olds.

Ab. M.-Sixteen subs. Lord Jersey's b. c. Cæsar, Brother to Achmet and Bay Middleton, by Sultan, 8st. 71b. (Robinson), 1 Mr. Thornhill's ch. c. Euclid, by Emilius out of Maria by Whisker, 8st. 410... 46

Two to 1 on Cæsar.

SWEEPSTAKES of 50 sovs. each, for three-year-olds:-colts, 8st. 7ib.; and Allies, 8st. 4tb.. Those by

untried stallions or out of untried mares allowed 3lb.-D. M.-Thirteen subs. Mr. Thornhill's ch. c. Euclid, by Emilius, 8st. 71). (Connelly).. .. Duke of Cleveland's b. c. Kremlin, by Sultan out of Francesca by Partisan, 8st. 4lb............. 2 Duke of Grafton's b. f. Drogheda, Sister to Dublin, by St. Patrick, 8st. 41b... .........

Six to 4 on Kremlin, and 5 to 2 agst Euclid.

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PRODUCE STAKES of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for three-year-olds :-colts, 8st. 71b. ; and Allies, 8st. 4lb.

A.F.-Four subs. Lord Albemarle's br. c. Tros, by Priam out of Ally

.................... recd, ft. Match for 500 sovs., 300 ft., R. M.-Lord Lichfield's br. c. Vernon, by Laurel out of Datura's dam, 8st. 3lb., recd. ft. from Duke of Richmond's ch. c. Glenlivat, by Rowton or Cetus out of Camarine, 8st. stb.

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TUESDAY, April 2.—The OATLANDS STAKBS of 50 sovs. each, h. ft., and only 10 if declared,

&c.-D. 1.-- Thirteen subs., four of whom paid 10 sovs. ft., which went to the owner of the

second horse. Captain Berkeley's br. h. Caravan, by Camel, 5 yrs, 8st. 31b. (Pavis).. .. Fulwar Craven's br. f. l-wish-you-may-get-it, by Defence, 4 yrs, 6st. 1316. .................... 2 General Grosvenor's ch. c. Dædalus, by Buzzard, 4 yrs, 6st. 13lb. Lord Chesterfield's b. f. Caroline Elvina, by Tramp, 4 yrs, 6st. 4lb.

Six to 5 agst Caravan, and 3 to 1 agst l-wish-you-may-get-it.
The Sixth TUESDAY RIDDLESWORTH PRODUCE STAKES of 200 sovs. each, h. ft.; for three-year-

olds.-Ab. M.-Twelve subs.
Lord Jersey's ch. c. Ilderim, by Emilius or Ishmael out of Filagree, &st. 71b. (Robinson)....
Lord Exeter's b. c. by Sultan out of Velvet, 8st. 71b.
Lord Tavistock's ch. f. by Taurus out of Leeway, 8st. Itb.

3 Lord Lichfield's ch. f. by Priam out of Terry Alt's dam, 8st. lib.

Four to 1 on Ilderim.

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SWEEPSTAKES of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., 8st. 71b.-D.M.- Four subs.
Lord Jersey's b, c. Johannes, by Reveller out of Joanna (Robinson)
Lord Exeter's ch. c. by Reveller out of Advance

................................ 0 Mr. Byng's b. c. Boz, by Jerry out of Snowball by Prime Minister ............................. 0

Even betting on the Advance colt, SWEEPSTAKES of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for three-year-olds :-colts, 8st, 71b. ; and fillies, 8st. 4lb.

Those out of mares which have produced a winner of the Derby, Oaks, St. Leger, or 2000 gs.

Stakes, to carry 5tb. extra.-D.M.-Nipe subs. Duke of Rutland's b. c. Flambeau, by Taurus out of Armadillo's dam (Robinson) Lord Exeter's b. c. by Sultan out of Velvet ,...... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ........................

2 Three to 1 on Flambeau.

Match for 100 sovs., h. ft., R. M. Duke of Rutland's b. c. Flambeau, by Taurus, 8st. 71b., recd. ft. from Lord Southampton's f. by Oppidan out of Rarity, 8st. 41b. WEDNESDAY, April 3.-SUBSCRIPTION PLATE of £50:-three-year-olds, 7st. ; four, 8st. 71b. ;

and five, 9st.-T. Y.C. Lord Stradbroke's b. g. Fifer, by The Colonel, 5 yrs (Natt)

.......... 1 Mr. Rayner's ch. f. Minima, by Rowton, 3 yrs .............................................. 2 Mr. Howe's ch. h. Scamander, by Priam, 5 yrs ................................................. 3

Two to I on Minima, THE COLUMN PRODUCE Stakes of 50 sovs. each, h. ft., for three-year-olds.-R. M.-Twenty subs. Duke of Portland's ch. f. Cænis, by Tiresias out of Souvenir, 8st. lib. (Natt)..

1 Mr. Batson's br. c. Brother to Plenipotentiary, 8st. 7lb.

....................... 2 Lord Exeter's b. c. Bosphorus, by Reveller out of Marmora, 8st. 4lb... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ........ 3 Lord Exeter's ch. c. by Reveller out of Advance, 8st. 71b.

4 Mr. Cookes's ch. f. Romaika, by Rowton out of Katherine, &st. Itb.

Seven to 4 on Cænis, 4 to 1 agst Brother to Plenipotentiary, and 9 to 2 agst Bosphorus.

March for 200 sovs., h. ft., 8st. 71b. each, R. M.-Mr. Thornhill's b. c. Ephemeron, by Emilius out of Mercy, recd. ft. from Lord Suffield's b. c. Sphynx, by Priam out of Ambiguity.

Match for 200 sovs., h. ft., 8st. 71b. each, A. F.-Lord Suffield's b. f. Alms, by Langar, agst Colonel Anson's b. f. Poissarde, by Cetus out of Lucetta.--Off by consent.

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THURSDAY, April 4.---Produce Sweepstakes of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for three-year-olds..

R. M.-Eight subs.
Captain Williamson's br. f. by Emilius out of Farce, 8st. 1tb. (Natt)..

1 Mr. Cookes's ch. f. Lady-day, by Rowton out of Tarantella, 7st. 131b.

2 Four tol on the winner. The VACILLATION Stakes of 150 sovs. each, h. ft., for foals of 1836 ; each subscriber named two

foals, with option of changing such foals on Saturday in the Craven Meeting 1837 upon paying a bonus of £10 extra, to go to the owner of the second horse : one to the post.-R. M.

Seven subs., three of whom paid the bonus.
Lord Jersey's b. c. Cæsar, by Sultan, 8st. 71b. (Robinson)

1 Lord Albemarle's br. c. Tros, by Priam, &st. 71b. Mr. Greville's ch. c. Derrynane, by Langar out of Dublin, 8st. 4ib... ......

Seven to 2 on Cæsar. Match for 200 sovs., h. ft., 8st. 7lb. each, R. M.-Mr. Thornhill's ch. c. Euclid, by Emilius, recd. ft. from Lord Lichfield's Vernon, by Laurel. FRIDAY, April 5.-SUBSCRIPTION Plate of £50:--three-year-olds, 6st. 1215.; four, 8st. 71b. ;

five, 9st. ; six and aged, 9st. 31b – The winner to be sold for 300 sovs. if demanded, &c.-D. M. Mr. Eddison's br. c. Rory O'More, by Langar, dam by Whisker out of Matilda, 3 yrs (G. Francis), I Duke of Grafton's ch. c. Chymist, by Zingance, 4 yrs Mr. Greville's b. c. Lyster, by Rowton out of Margaret by Wrangler, 3 yrs

The following also started but were not placed:-Mr. Newton's br. f. Vicuna, by Camel, yrs; Mr. Batson's b. c. Barbican, by Jerkins, 3 yrs ; Duke of Portland's b. f. by The Colonel, dam by Reveller out of Veil, 3 yrs; and Lord Exeter's br. c. by Mulatto out of Marchesa, 3 yrs,

Six to 4 agst Chymist.
Sweepstakes of 50 sovs. ea l, h. ft., for three-year-olds.--Ab. M.-Eleven subs.
Mr. Thornhill's ch. c. Euclid, by Emilius, 8st. 710. (Connelly)

1 Duke of Grafton's b. c. Montreal, by Langar, 8st. 716.

Five to 2 on Euclid. Match for 200 sovs., h. ft., 8st. 71b, each, R. M.-Duke of Portland's br. c. by Priam out of Tragedy (J. Day) beat Duke of Rutland's b. c. Flambeau, by Taurus.--Even betting. The Port Stakes, a Sweepstakes of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for four-year-olds:-colts, 8st. 715.;

and fillies, 8st. 4. The owner of the second horse to receive back his Stake.-T.M.M.

Eleven subs.
Lord George Bentinck's gr. c. Grey Momus, by Comus (J. Day)
Lord Chesterfield's b. c. Don John, by Tramp or Waverley
Lord Exeter's ch. c. Alemdar, by Sultan

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Five to 2 on Don John.
Match for 200 sovs., h. ft., D. M.-Mr. Byng's b. c. Boz, by Jerry, 8st. 71b., reçd. ft. from
Lord Lichfield's ch, f. by Priam out of Miniature, 8st, 4lb.

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HUNTINGDON SPRING MEETING. WEDNESDAY, April 3. Hunters' STAKES of 5 sovs. cach.-Two-mile heats, with four leaps

over hurdles.--Sixteen subs. Mr. Maule's br. g. Brampton Junior, aged, 12st. 71b.......

1 1 Sir S. Clarke's b. g. Redwing, aged, 12st.

.... 2 2 Mr. J. C. Daintree's br. g. The Painter, aged, 12st. ......

3 3 Mr. John King's b. m. Rosalie, by Whalebone, 6 yrs, 12st. 71b. ............................ dis. The FARMERS' SWEEPSTAKES of 2 sovs. each, for horses not thorough-bred, the property of Hunting

don Farmers, that have been hunted.--To be ridden by Gentlemen or Farmers. Two-mile

heats, with four leaps over hurdles.--Twenty-six subs. Mr. W. Hennesy na. b.g. The Farmer, aged, 12st. .......

1 Mr. Ashby's br. m. Miss Alexander, aged, 12st. .........

....... 2 2 Mr. W. C. Howson's b.g. Jim Crow, aged, 12st......

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CATTERICK BRIDGE. WEDNESDAY, April 3.-The CRAVEN Stakes of 10 sovs. each :-three-year-olds, Ost.; four,

8st.; five, 8st. 9ib.; six, 9st.; and aged, 9st. 41b. Mares and geldings allowed 3lb.-Craven

Course.-Five subs.
Mr. Orde's b. m. Bee's-wing, by Doctor Syntax, 6 yrs (Cartwright)

1 Sir C. F. Monck's b. f. Garland, by Langar, 4 yrs

2 Mr, Attwood's b. f. Thero, by Leonardo, 4 yrs

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The Two-Year-OLD STAKES of 20 sovs, each, h. ft. :-colts, 8st. 3lb. ; and fillies, 8st. One mile.

Eight subs.
Duke of Cleveland's ch. c. by Emilius out of Misrule (T. Lye)

1 Mr. Bell's b. f. by Gainsborough out of Golden-drop's dam

2 Mr. Chilton's br. c. Neptune, by Physician out of Fisher Lass ...........

3 Lord Eglinton's br. f. Dervegild, by Liverpool out of Zillah................................... Mr. Powlett's b. c. Hawkesbury, by Liverpool out of Miss Fanny THE CLARET STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 15' added by the Club, for three-year-olds ;--colts,

8st. 3lb. ; and fillies, 7st. 13.b.-Geldings allowed 3lb.-- Two miles.-Eight subs. Mr. Stephenson's b. c. Lightfoot, by Velocipede out of Voltaire's dam (Holmes)

1 Lord Eglinton's ch. g. Zoroaster, by Priam out of Spae Wife Colonel Cradock's b. c. Messmate, by Liverpool out of Swing's dam .......................... 3 Colonel Crauford's b. f. Dolphin, by Priam out of Mermaid Mr. Shafto's b. c. by Physician, dam by Whitworth, grandam by Beningbrough or Zachariah.... 5 Mr. Attwood's b. c. Cleanthes, by Argantes out of Erwinia .....

6 Duke of Cleveland's b. f. Eliza, by Physician out qf Matilda THURSDAY, April 4.—THE CHAMPAGNE STAKES of 20 sovs. each, with 15 added by the Club,

for two-year-olds :-colts, 8st. 3lb.; and fillies, 8st.--Three quarters of a mile.-Seven subs, Mr. Jaques's b, f. Interlude, by Physician out of Comedy (Holmes)

1 Duke of Cleveland's b. f, Sister to Eliza, by Physician out of Matilda .......................... 2 Mr. Attwood's b. c. Avicenna, by Leonardo or Physician out of Saturnia ...................... 3 The FILLY STAKES of 25 sovs. each, 10 ft., for three-year-olds, 8st. each. One mile and

half. Five subs. Mr. Bell's b. f. La Sage Femme, by Physician or Gainsborough (Heseltine)

1 Mr. Walker's b. f. No. 3, by Jerry out of Gin by Juniper.....

2 Mr. Arrowsmith's b. f. Anna Maria, by Huntingdon out of Marian

.......... 3 The Gold Cup, or specie at the option of the winner, by subscription of 10 sovs. each :-three

year-olds, Gst. Gib. ; four, 8st. ; Ave, 8st. 10tb. ; six and aged, 9st.-Mares and geldings

allowed 3lb.-Two miles.-Seven subs. Mr. Orde's b. m. Bee's-wing, by Dr. Syntax, 6 yrs (Cartwright).. Lord Eglinton's b. g. The Potentate, by Langar out of a Don Juan mare, aged...

....... 2 Duke of Cleveland's b. c. by Cetus out of Pucelle

.............. 3 The BROUGH HANDICAP of 15 sovs, each, 10 ft., and only 5 if declared, &c.-One mile and a half.

Nine subs., four of whom paid only 5 sovs. each.
Mr. Wrather's gr. c. Hackfall, by Actæon, 4 yrs, 7st. lllb. (W. Oates)
Mr. Walker's b. f. No. 3, by Jerry out of Gin by Juniper, 3 yrs, 6st. 4tb.
Mr. Stephenson's b. c. Hart, by Açtæon out of Voltaire's dam, 4 yrs, 8st. 2tb.

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BURTON CONSTABLE HUNT MEETING. WEDNESDAY, April 3.-The FARMERS' Purse of 40 sovs., for horses that have been regularly

hunted with Sir Clifford Constable's Stag-hounds, not thorough-bred, bonâ fide the property of a Farmer.-- The owner of the second horse to receive 5 SOVS.-To be ridden by Gentlemen

or Farmers. Heats, once round and a distance. Mr. J. Lamplugh's b. h. Prickbell, by Brutandorf, aged, 12st. (Owner)

1 1 Mr. W. Lamplugh's b. m. Mischief, by Magnet, 6 yrs, 12st............

2 Mr. J. Fewson's br. h. Antelope, aged, 12st. Mr. Green's b. h. Sportsman, by Grenadier, aged, 12st. Mr. E. Baxter's br. m. by Tinker, aged, 12st. .......

Disputed. The Hull Cup, valuie 30 gs., for horses that have been regularly hunted with Sir C. Constable's

Stag-hounds:-three-year-olds, 9st. ; four, 10st. 11th.; five, Ilst. 61b.; six and aged, 12st. Thorough-bred horses to carry 7lb. extra. The owner of the second horse to receive back his Stake.—To be ridden by any person but grooms or jockeys.—Heats, once round and a

distance. Mr. Cation's br. c. by Sandbeck, 4 yrs (Owner)

1 Mr. Dalby's ch. m. Mishap, by Tinker, 5 yrs.......

2 Mr. W. Lamplugh's b. m. Mischief, 6 yrs ............

.......... 3 Mr. F. Hopkinson's gr. h. St. Luke, 5 yrs

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Sir T. Constable's gr. h. Botanist, by Lottery, aged. ...................................4
Mr. G. Harrison's ch. h. Master Fry, aged....
Mr. Green's b. h. Sportsman, by Grenadier, aged

Mr. W. Leaper's ch. f, Rope-dancer, 4 yrs, broke down.

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THURSDAY, April 4.-The Ladies' PLATE, value 15 sovs., by subscription, for horses that hare

been regularly hunted with Sir C. Constable's Stag-hounds.- To be ridden by Gentlemen or

Farmers.--Heats, once round and a distance, over six hurdles 3 feet 8 inches high.
Sir T. A. C. Constable's gr. h. Botanist, by Lottery out of Flora, aged, 12st. 71b. (Mr. W.
Champney)

1 1 Mr. J. Bowlby's br. h. Emperor, by Vespasian, aged, 12st.

2 Mr. G. Harrison's ch. h. Master Fry, aged, 12st.............

3 3 HUNTERS' STAKES of 3 sovs. each, with 15 added, for horses that have been regularly hunted with

Sir C. Constable's Stag-hounds :-three-year-olds, 8st. 121b. ; four, 10st. 9łb. ; five, 11st. 4lb.; six and aged, 11st. 12lb.— Thorough-bred horses to carry 7tb. extra.– The owner of the second horse to receive 3 sovs. - To be ridden by Gentlemen or Farmers.--Heats, once round and a

distance.-Ten subs. Mr. Catton's br. c. by Sandbeck, 4 yrs (Owner)

1 Mr. F. Hopkinson's gr. h. St. Luke, 5 yrs .......

4 2 Mr. Green's b. h. Sportsman, by Grenadier, aged..

3 3 Mr. Dalby's ch. m. Mishap, by Tinker, 5 yrs........

2 dr. The NorwOOD STAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 15 added :-three-year-olds, 9st. 51b. ; four, 10st. 71b.;

five, 11st. 61b. ; six and aged, 12st.-Cocktails allowed 7lb.-Once round and a distance. Mr. J. Peck's ch. c. Tormentor, by Record, 4 yrs (Owner) Mr. J. Rounding's ch, m. Xarifa, by Velocipede, aged...

.................. 2 The following also started but were not placed :~Mr. R. Harrison's ch. m. Miss Patty, 5 yrs ; Mr. Dalby's ch. m. Mishap, by Tinker, 5 yrs; and Mr. W. Lamplugh's b, m. Mischief, by Magnet,

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NEWMARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING. MONDAY, April 15.-.FIFTY POUNDS :-four-year-olds, 7st. 10lb. ; five, 8st. 9łb. ; six and aged,

9st. Last three miles of B. C. Lord George Bentinck's gr. c. Grey Momus, by Comus, dam by Cervantes, 4 yrs .... walked over, HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, for three-year-olds and upwards.-T. Y. C.-Eight subs. Mr. Worrall's br. c. Dormouse, Brother to Mus, by Bizarre, 4 yrs, 7st. 10lb. (Rogers) .......... 1 Mr. Thornhill's b. c. Montezuma, Brother to Munchausen, by Merchant (carried 6st. 6lb.), 3 yrs, 6st. 4lb.

2 The following also started but were not placed :-Colonel Peel's br. c. Ion, by Cain out of Margaret, 4 yrs, 9st. 5lb. ; Duke of Portland's b. g. St. Peray, by St. Patrick out of Mercy, 4 yrs, 8st. 5lb. ; Lord Exeter's b. g. Corban, by Sultan, 5 yrs, 7st. 10tb. ; Mr. W. Ridsdale's ch. c. Tawney Owl, by Buzzard out of Stately, 4 yrs, 7st. 710.; Duke of Grafton's ro. C. Courier, by St. Patrick out of Oxygen by Emilius, 3 yrs, 5st. 10lb.; and Colonel Peel's bl. f. Whim, by Camel out of Versatility by Blacklock, 3 yrs, 5st. 8lb. Two to 1 agst St. Peray, 7 to 2 agst Courier, 3 to 1 agst Ion, 6 to 1 agst Dormouse, 6 to 1 agst

Montezuma, and 7 to 1 agst Whim.
SWEEPSTAKES of 75 sovs. each, 50 ft.; for four-year-olds.-T. Y. C.Five subs.
Mr. Newton's br. f. Vicuna, by Camel out of Codicil, 7st. 2/b. (Pavis)..

............ 1 Duke of Grafton's ch. c. Chymist, by Zinganee, 8st. llb. .....

2 Lord Jersey's ch. f. Glenara, by Sultan, 7st. 210. ...................................... 3 Mr. Thornhill's ch. c. Saintfoin, by St. Patrick, 8st. 8lb. Mr. Greville's b. f. Morella, by Emilius, 78t. 6lb. .............................................. Two to 1 agst Glenara, 3 to 1 agst Morella, 5 to 1 agst Chymist, 6 to 1 agst Saintfoin, and 7 to 1

agst Vicuna. SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, for three-year-olds:-colts, 8st. 71b. ; and fillies, 8st. 4ib.—The

winner to be sold for 200 sovs. if demanded, &c.-T. Y. C.-Five subs. Mr. Wilson's b, f. Louisa, by Mulatto out of Yorkshire Lass (Rogers) General Yates's b. c. Capute, by Cain out of the Early Bird's dam.............. ........ 2

The following also started but were not placed :-Lord Lichfield's ch. c. by Actæon out of Wings; Mr. Greville's b. c. Lyster, by Rowton out of Margaret by Wrangler ; and Mr. Byng's b. c. Boz, by Jerry out of Snowball by Prime Minister.-Ten to 6 agst Boz, 7 to 2 agst Louisa, 4 to 1 agst Canute, 4 to 1 agst Lyster, and 5 to 1 agst the Wings colt.

Match for 100 sors., h. ft., D. M.-Duke of Portland's ch. f. Cænis, by Tiresias out of Souvenir, recd. ft. from Lord Stradbroke's b. f. Hesione, by Priam out of Memina—8st. 41b. each.

Match for 100 sovs., h. ft., no weights mentioned, D. M.-Duke of Portland's ch. f. Cænis, by Tiresias oụt of Souvenir, recd. 25 sovs. ft. from Colonel Peel's f. by Cain out of Garcia.

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